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John - Coldest Air of the Season

November 8, 2018

Posted: Thu Nov 08 21:29:58 PST 2018
Updated: Thu Nov 08 21:29:58 PST 2018

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eastward along it. while a cold front will pass through our area on our friday. all of these players on our world of weather stage will have an affect on our weather forecast. we will see showers become likely as we go through the overnight hours. we will see most of the showery weather swept out of our area as a cold front and some canadian high pressure move through and into our area on our friday. this will clear our skies out and bring into our area for this weekend some of the coldest air of the season. hence, we have freeze warnings in effect for a lot of our area as we go into our friday night and into our saturday morning. we will see sunny skies as the rule on a chilly saturday. another strong cold front will move into our area during early portions of our upcoming next work week. this will bring more rain into our weather forecast, especially on our monday and then another blast of cold canadian air backed by some more high pressure most of next week. the possibility of rain has forces some changes to stationary front to our south and move eastward along it. while a cold front will pass through our area on our friday. all of these players on our world of weather stage will have an affect on our weather forecast. we will see showers become likely as we go through the overnight hours. we will see most of the showery weather swept out of our area as a cold front and some canadian high pressure move through and into our area on our friday. this will clear our skies out and bring into our area for this weekend some of the coldest air of the season. hence, we have freeze warnings in effect for a lot of our area as we go into our friday night and into our saturday morning. we will see sunny skies as the rule on a chilly saturday. another strong cold front will move into our area during early portions of our upcoming next work week. this will bring more rain into our weather forecast, especially on our monday and then another blast of cold canadian air backed by some more high pressure most of next week. stationary front to our south and move eastward along it. while a cold front will pass through our area on our friday. all of these players on our world of weather stage will have an affect on our weather forecast. we will see showers become likely as we go through the overnight hours. we will see most of the showery weather swept out of our area as a cold front and some canadian high pressure move through and into our area on our friday. this will clear our skies out and bring into our area for this weekend some of the coldest air of the season. hence, we have freeze warnings in effect for a lot of our area as we go into our friday night and into our saturday morning. we will see sunny skies as the rule on a chilly saturday. another strong cold front will move into our area during early portions of our
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